Posted by Tom Fornelli
Defensive tackle Ondre Pipkins has been a Wolverine for roughly two days, having sent in his letter of intent to Michigan on Wednesday. Still, just because he's new, that doesn't mean Pipkins doesn't know the company line when it comes to the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Pipkins is not a fan, and he's not shy about sharing his feelings.
"Who are you talking about?" Pipkins asked in a radio interview in Ann Arbor on Friday. "Are you talking about those people down south? I don't want to give them the time of day.
"We're going to see them Nov. 24 at that 'Shoe.' In the next couple years, we'll see them at the Big House, but it's just going to be like it was last year."
For those who need reminding, Michigan beat Ohio State 40-34 in Ann Arbor this past November, ending a seven-game losing streak against the Buckeyes in their annual, season-ending rivalry game.
Pipkins didn't stop there, either, going on to talk about some of his fellow incoming freshman. Pipkins said that when Michigan signee Kyle Kalis faced Ohio State recruit Tommy Schutt in the Army All-American Game, Schutt "ate turf. He at turf the entire time."
Pipkins also talked about his matchup with Ohio State's newest offensive lineman Kyle Dodson in the same game.
"I gave a little bit to what's his name, Dodson," Pipkins said. "He ran away from me. That's what they do. They run their mouth, and then when they meet up with the belly of the beast -- I call myself that because I am -- then they run away. When it comes to reality, they want to run away."
Pipkins hasn't even spent a minute in an Ann Arbor classroom, yet it seems he's already aced "Ohio State Hating 101."
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